Come along to Perth Women's Collective's monthly meet-ups!

Perth Women's Collective Monthly Meet-up

First Tues of every month

18.30PM - 20.00PM

Perth Theatre

Perth Theatre

Mill Street
Perth, Perth and Kinross, PH1 5HZ, Scotland
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Come along to Perth Women's Collective's monthly meet-ups!

Running on the first Tuesday of every month at Perth Theatre, these events are absolutely FREE to attend. 

Open to all women (and nb people), the meet-ups are a great way to meet other women in the local area, share experiences, and learn and grow with each other.

Each month features something a little bit different - in the past there have been Story Cafe's inspired by Glasgow Women's Library, where everyone brings an excerpt (could be from a book, poetry collection, film....really anything) and shares it with the group, and afterwards chatting about it with everyone.

Another GWL event is the "Views from the News", where everyone brings along a headline or article in the media of their choosing, and similarly group discussion ensues.

There are also speakers who drop in to share their expertise and experiences from various fields - past speakers have included Peggy Brunache, food historian and archaeologist, and Kirsty Lunn, founder of body positive underwear company, Molke!

So come along and make some new friends! Everyone is welcome at anytime – you don’t need to know anyone else before you go, you can just drop in and meet new people!


Keep up to date with the latest events on Perth Women’s Collective’s Facebook group.

Artwork in image by Louise McLaren.

Check out our feature article on Perth Women's Collective here!

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